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Champasak in Laos
2/2/2013 9:00 AM By  anonymous  
I traveled the 40km from Pakse to Champasak by boat, There were four of us aboard. The main reason to visit Champasak are the Khmer-period ruins of Wat Phu which are 8km-10km from town.


Tanna & The Toka Festival
2/2/2013 9:00 AM By  anonymous  
For people interested in visiting this archipelago nation of 83 islands in the southwest Pacific Ocean, Vanuatu presents itself in two quite distinctively different ways. On the one hand Vanuatu has become a very popular destination for predominately Australians and New Zealanders looking for a relaxed beach vacation with perhaps a few adventure tourism elements mixed into it. With several major Australian cities as well as Auckland only a few hours flight time away Vanuatu has gradually developed into a viable option for package tourists


Pakse Located at the Confluence of the Mekong and Se Don Rivers
12/1/2012 8:00 AM By  anonymous  

Located at the confluence of the Mekong and Se Don rivers, Pakse derives its name from the Lao for 'mouth of the Se'. Pakse is the capital of the southern province of Champasak,with a population of about 80 thousand making it the third most populous city in Laos. Pakse is growing as a tourist destination as its ideal for visiting Wat Phu, Si Phan Don (four thousand islands), the Bolavan Plateau and Cambodia.


Bangkok Through Khun Klits Lens
10/6/2012 8:00 AM By  anonymous  
I purchased a Sigma 30mm f/1.4 EX DC HMS lens to use for low light and nighttime photography. I bought this lens to use without a tripod and to get closer to things as my 50mm was just to long on my cropped body.


Chao Phraya River from the Klong Toei Port to Bang Krachao
9/1/2012 8:00 AM By  anonymous  
Crossing the Chao Phraya River from the Klong Toei Port to Bang Krachao in the Phra Pradaeng district (also known as the green lung of Bangkok) is like entering a different world


Applying the Fundamentals of a Workshop
8/11/2012 8:00 AM By  anonymous  

The day of the workshop started with meeting Steve and his assistant in Bangkok and then proceeding in their vehicle to the Samut Songkhram boatyard and a few locations along the way for a day of photography. I got close in among the cables pulling the boat laden trolley in order to make good use of the wide angle lens. Steve suggestions urged even closer and with the shipyard workers looking on nervously I got within inches of the tip of the ship in order to get off a few shots.


Summer 2012 Workshops and Wedding Wrap-up
8/11/2012 8:00 AM By  anonymous  

Was it worth it? Heck yeah! Nothing is more satisfying than teaching workshops or using my skills to pull off a complicated shoot except maybe catching up with good friends. I’ll be back this January.


Seoul City Parks Part I, Gyeongbokgung, the National Palace, With the Canon 5d Mark III
6/2/2012 8:00 AM By  anonymous  

The extensive Seoul park system ranges throughout the city and includes their national landmarks. These parks are among the cleanest and best maintained parks I’ve seen in the world. My afternoon and evening at the Seoul National Palace was a positive, affordable experience with many photographic opportunities that I would recommend to anyone visiting Korea.


Thailand Trip Report - Rickster
5/5/2012 1:00 AM By  anonymous  
This is a trip report covering the last 30 days spent in Thailand taking pictures and walking the streets of Bangkok.


Guangzhou China
4/7/2012 4:00 AM By  anonymous  

It was also the very first place in China I visited many years ago. Each time a go back it is a occasion for reflection on how much China, and I, have changed.

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